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, next question. >> guest: it allows cell sites to be connected back to the network, and that's a big concern of smaller carriers, their contention is that verizon and at&t have the backlog market locked up and say there's alternatives open to reaching agreements. the report talks about back hall and what is called special access and that's something to be addressed. give us a sense why you think the market is a problem and then if chris wants to address that as well. >> guest: again, we at free press and other organizations made that argument as have others like sprint and t-mobile, and they are quieter now, understandably i suppose, and sprint held an obscene profit at one time that not just verizon and at&t are making, but now century link or kwest. -- qwest. these competitors are so reliant upon their largest competing wireless providers and not only have the wire line side, but are wireless providers and can sell provision to what they are using to connect back to the towers, internet, and back to the network. we feel there's barriers there, not just the public interest organizat
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